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Los Naranjos

Los Naranjos

Marbella, Andalucía
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Marbella, Andalucía
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  • AddressPl. de Cibeles, S/N, 29660 Marbella, Málaga, Spain

Los Naranjos, Mijas and Valderrama were all Robert Trent Jones designs in the 1970s, arriving a decade after the first wave of RTJ courses on the Costa del Sol at Sotogrande and Las Brisas.

Laid out on a 170-acre site adjacent to Las Brisas, complete with orange grove and river, Los Naranjos initially operated along with its next-door neighbour when it first opened in 1977. Five years later though, the two clubs went their separate ways, with Los Naranjos constructing its own clubhouse and re-sequencing the holes around the new building.

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The course is a classic RTJ layout with gently undulating, tree-lined fairways, large eye-catching bunkers, plenty of water features and expansive putting surfaces that are firm and fast – all part of the architect’s “hard par, easy bogey” philosophy where course management must be kept in mind at all times.

Los Naranjos has been Scandinavian-owned since 1989 and a group of Swedish businessmen took control in 2007 from compatriot Percy Nilsson. With an intended investment of tens of millions of euros, the new owners plan to develop Los Naranjos into one of the very best golf facilities in Europe.

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Robert Trent Jones

​Robert Trent Jones arrived in New York aboard the steamship Caronia from Liverpool on Monday, 29th April 1912, exactly two weeks after the Titanic had sunk on her maiden voyage across the Atlantic.

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